tis 27 okt. | London

Inclusion in healthtech: is being at the cutting edge the problem? (London)

Are focusing too much on developing the “latest tech” at the “cutting edge”, rather than looking to see if simpler, more accessible and democratised forms of technology could be used instead? Join us & be part of the discussion!
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Inclusion in healthtech: is being at the cutting edge the problem? (London)

Time & Location

27 okt. 2020 17:50 – 18:50
London

About the Event

The world of digital health is an exciting field where start-ups, bigger tech firms and investors are often driven by building products and services that are at the cutting edge – using the most complex algorithms or latest technology. Yet, to what extent do these solutions REALLY help those REALLY in need; those who might not have the right skills to use the tech, or who maybe can’t afford it?

Join us for this panel event where we will seek to explore the question of whether we are focusing too much on developing the “latest tech” at the “cutting edge”, rather than looking to see if simpler, more accessible and democratised forms of technology could be used instead?

Speakers:

  • Mary Akangbe, Founder, Zenith Global Health
  • Jo Kerr, Director of Impact and Innovation, Turn2us
  • Dr Jacob McKnight, Senior Research, Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health Centre, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford

We will of course be adding some OHT fun with quizzes & other activities as we know that you all Zoomed out! 

Registration is Closed